The young artiste manager, music promoter, analyst and sole owner of Think Ghana Music Media has released a statement affirming his interest in Ghana’s peace prior to the forth coming December 7th election. David Mawuli, also a head teacher of a school, due to security reasons will not be mentioned, has sent a statement to our front desk which says, ” I plead to all Ghanaians to exercise their voting right with peace and accept any result that would come out. I want everyone to know that, the peace we are enjoying here is “heavenly” one and therefore everyone must put his or her effort in maintaining the peace we are in our country.
He further emphasized that he doesn’t involve him self into politics and any activities related to it due to religious reasons but would use this medium to call for peace at all parts of the country during the voting. “A country without peace is prone to danger and war. At least Ghana is one of the African countries that enjoys peace a lot which had led to respect gained from all part of the world including the United Nations. Let’s continue to manage it and feel proud about our country Ghana. Our neighbouring countries see Ghana to be a place to live and that’s why they always turn up to Ghana in terms of crisis or civil war” he added
Speaking about the future of Think Ghana Music Media, he said more “taste” is going to be added to reshape our view. ” Think Ghana music is not under any artiste’ influence and therefore we will continue to always speak the truth and do the right thing. Nobody can control me so long I live. I shall always speak the truth” he said. Think Ghana is almost done with our domain name and we shall start next year with a strong team at all aspects of the Ghana Music industry.